As I mentioned yesterday on certain social medias, my now-more-popular-than-ever Inspired By 6 Spotify playlist crashed through the 150 song mark this week.
A bit of housekeeping meant that four new tracks were required to get it there. They were:
Banners – Start A Riot
(overheard on one of Mrs 6000’s weird Showmax series)
The National – Guilty Party
(track 9 on their 2017 album in my car)
The Cinematic Orchestra/Roots Manuva – A Caged Bird/Imitations of Life
(actually currently on BBC 6 Music’s playlist)
Slowdive – Sugar For The Pill
(I heard this earlier in the week and remembered how good it was)
If you are on Spotify, you can find the playlist here:
And please share it around as much as possible. I’d like to be famous just because people love the music I enjoy listening to and have helpfully curated.
After a brief hiatus over Christmas, I’m back adding great music to my popular Inspired By 6 Spotify playlist.
Take a look at what’s available here:
Or via this link: http://bit.ly/InspiredBy6
This week (amongst others) I have added Sleeper’s first new song in 21 years: Look At You Now.
And the poignant, heartbreaking new single from The Cranberries – with vocals recorded in the week before Dolores O’Riordan’s untimely death a year ago. Almost prophetically called All Over Now and detailing a miserable night in a London hotel, it’s weird to hear that voice singing something new.
There’s lots more as well – I think we’re up to somewhere around the 140 tracks mark, and that’s 10 hours of really good music.
Please click through, follow and share. Because together, we need to continue to fight the good fight against the dodgy popular, Ar un Bee and hippity hop waves sweeping our musical shores.